• A Tree for all Season

    by Robin Bernard Year Published: 1999
    National Geographic presents a picture book that records the growth progress of a maple tree over a period of time to illustrate what trees do and how the seasons change. Beautiful full-color photographs and simple text introduce young readers to the wonders of the seasons. 
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  • Brave Irene

    by William Steig Year Published: 2011

    Brave Irene is Irene Bobbin, the dressmaker's daughter. Her mother, Mrs. Bobbin, isn't feeling so well and can't possibly deliver the beautiful ball gown she's made for the duchess to wear that very evening. So plucky Irene volunteers to get the gown to the palace on time, in spite of the fierce snowstorm that's brewing-- quite an errand for a little girl.

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  • ish

    by Peter H. Rynolds Year Published: 2004
    This is the sequel to the Dot and a tribute to an approach to thinking – and relaxing — about your art, your writing, your craft. Your life.
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  • Lewis Cardinal's First Winter

    by Crane Amy Johnson Year Published: 2002

    Solomon Raven is the smartest bird in the forest. In each of the books in series, reoccurring characters explore nature during the four seasons. Continuing the Solomon Raven series, Lewis Cardinal is confused as his woodland friends get ready for winter? Should he stay or go? Solomon explains hibernation and migration, leading Lewis to understand the process of change and friendship.

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  • the Dot

    by Peter H. Reynolds Year Published: 2003
    For anyone who has been afraid to express themselves - from a child in art class to an adult whose fear has shut down a long-held dream, Peter H. Reynolds' book the Dot is there to remind us all to "Make your mark, and see where it takes you."
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  • The Rainbow Fish

    by Marcus Pfister Year Published: 1992
    The Rainbow Fish is an award-winning book about a beautiful fish who finds friendship and happiness when he learns to share. The book is best known for its morals about the value of being an individual and for the distinctive shiny foil scales of the Rainbow Fish.
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